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Gata Kamsky vs Ahmed Adly
World Chess Cup (2007)  ·  Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B96)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Nov-24-07  roughstuff: I guess the world junior champion loves a scrap !
Nov-24-07  fgh: Surely this game points to Adly's future potential as a chess player.
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  suenteus po 147: <fgh> It certainly doesn't hurt :)
Nov-24-07  aragorn69: Great fight! For a first round, Kamsky has got a tough nut to crack.
Nov-24-07  jon01: Yeah, probably the most interesting match of the first round. I suspected that Adly was quite good opponent if not the best from these 64 lower-rated players.
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  notyetagm: <jon01: Yeah, probably the most interesting match of the first round. I suspected that Adly was quite good opponent if not the best from these 64 lower-rated players.>

Great game. Adly put up a helluva fight against a 2700. 11 ... ♘f6-g4!? showed that he had no fear of his higher-rated opponent.

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  acirce: Yes! Go Adly! Would 46..Bd3 have given Black chances for more?
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11 ... Nf6-g4!? White h3-queen pins h6-pawn to defend g5-bishop
from Maintaining a pin is a full-time job by notyetagm
+1 -0 =1 vs. Adly (2007, FIDE World Cup - Rd.1)
from Match Kamsky! by amadeus
11 - Nf6-g4!? joins Black b6-queen in bearing down on f2-square
11 ... Nf6-g4!? White h3-queen does not defend g4-square, pins
from Overworked/dedicated pieces do not defend square by notyetagm
from 2700 vs 2500 by amadeus

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